Food & Drink

Ranch Is The Most Popular Wing Dip (POLL)

Which dipping sauces will YOU use to accompany your Super Bowl wings?
In this Jan. 4, 2012 photo, Rocco DiSpirito's recipe for popcorn chicken is seen in Concord, N.H. DiSpirito's recipe for popcorn chicken puts a delicious, low-calorie spin on a game day favorite, chicken wings. (AP Photo/Matthew Mead)
In this Jan. 4, 2012 photo, Rocco DiSpirito's recipe for popcorn chicken is seen in Concord, N.H. DiSpirito's recipe for popcorn chicken puts a delicious, low-calorie spin on a game day favorite, chicken wings. (AP Photo/Matthew Mead)

Whether you're a football fan or simply a savory snack fan, Super Bowl Sunday has quickly become one of the biggest eating days of the year. Nachos, queso, and even hand-held desserts will be consumed en masse as the Ravens and the 49ers duke it out.

Perhaps the most-coveted Super Bowl-watching food? Chicken wings. According to a report released by the National Chicken Council, Americans will eat over a billion chicken wings this Sunday.

Which dipping sauces will be used to accompany these wings? According to the same report, ranch dressing is easily the most popular choice. Frankly, we're surprised that the tangy salad dressing trumped the more traditional blue cheese (57 percent prefer ranch, whereas 35 percent prefer blue cheese), which boasts a creamy texture that nicely complements the spiciness of hot wings.

The survey also states that Americans prefer barbecue sauce and hot sauce to blue cheese, which only beats celery as a wing add-on by one percent.

Honestly, we think those results are a little crazy. Which type of dipping sauce do you prefer for your wings? Vote now!

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